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... on our feet for so long, so we wanted to take a quick break
and sit down. Unfortunately it was
raining, and being cheapskates, we didn’t want to go into a café and have to
buy something. Instead, we found a
little alleyway that was covered and plopped down there for a bit. After a quick rest, we finished the walk to
the Arc, and had to go underground to get to the middle of the street, where it
was. We then got ...
... It was actually a little apartment-style hotel so we had our own kitchenette and much larger bedroom area and bathroom. We dropped off our bags and went to go get food. On our first walk through the city we saw tons of pastry shops and cafes. Oh my goodness the smell was amazing! Have you ever smelled freshly baked bread? That smell fills up Paris (well, that plus cigarette smoke-- yuck!) Every food place had baguettes, lots with fromage (cheese) and jambon (ham), and ...
... Milo, the Egyptian collection (with Flynn ordering an early abort for a run to the toilet) and then some of the Dutch masters - Vermeer's "Lady making lace" etc. So, when in Paris, shop. Galeries Lafeyette. Flynn has a nice light cotton jacket that I have been lusting after the whole trip. I found a version in wool (and bought it on the spot) and then had a look round for a casual/hip/cool sports coat to wow the Melbourne fasionistas with. I found one and ...
... to watch). Needless to say, whilst feeling utterly helpless being unable to do anything, we decided to stay on the bus. We took the bus back to Madeleine where we jumped off and hopped onto our now familiar Paris route (which coincidentally is the bus I'm on now). Despite the unpleasantness of the afternoon today was beautiful in weather and the city is just spectacular in the sunshine. This morning we went up to the Eiffel this time with the girls where ...
Today was a very early start with a 6am wake up followed by a 2 hour bus ride north to the Western Front, where majority of the Great War was fought. The history side didn't really captivate me however the views from the sights were amazing. I laid an ANZAC badge in the sight of where Australian bodies lay. The day was long but ...